fires are pretty much down to just embers, and as long as they burn, there is still concern, much less of a concern than they had. they don't believe there is the threat of explosion and no indication that there is a leak coming from the other tank of anhydrous ammonia, which would be devastating if that were the fact. so that sounds like they have the situation under control. other good news, the weather seems to be improving. temperatures dropped dramatically, rain, heavy wind pushing out of the area. that will help. on top of that, other factors, daylight, allows search and rescue teams to focus on what has to be done. cursory look, gone through the entire area that's been impacted by the blast according to authorities, but that's the initial get anybody who is still alive, get them, get them out, the obvious. now they will go back, do it methodically, slowly, carefully. still with the idea that this is search and rescue. it has not turned to recovery.